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Polish Community Centre

The Polish Community was founded in Wolverhampton during 1946-1948. It was set up to support and assist Polish residents who had settled in the City and choose to make Wolverhampton their new home.

Our website contains a lot of history and facts about the setting up of the Centre and celebrates the religious and social activity of Wolverhampton's Polish Catholic Club.

The centre has become a thriving place for the local community and the venue is used by parishioners for meetings and provides a wide host of social and cultural activities. Organisations that use the centre include - Scouts; Drama Society; Dance Classes including Salsa; Choir; Youth Club; Senior Citizens Group; Anglo Polish Society; Polish School; Ex Combatants and the Ladies Circle.

The Centre can be booked by all communities for functions. It is used for Polish festivals and boasts a library, sports section a bar and catering facilities.

For further information please get in touch with us or visit our website below.

Who to contact

01902 421645
Polish Community Centre

Where to go

Polish Community Centre
256 Stafford Road
West Midlands
WV10 6DQ

Record Last Updated on: 27/03/2018

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